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Good Manufacturing Practices
The procedures and requirements that the regulated food industry must follow in order to process food in sanitary conditions.
A process preventative control is a set of values, within the limit, any chemical or biological parameter must be held to prevent danger.
Any biological, physical, or chemical agent has the potential to harm or ill at this Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point.
This is the procedure for gathering and analyzing data on potential risks and the circumstances that can lead to their presence in coffee beans in order to determine which are crucial for ensuring the safety of the food and need to be addressed in the HACCP or Food Safety Plan.
The analysis process to explore negative health effect and the severity as a result of a potential coffee risk.
Reasonably Foreseeable Hazard
This is the physical, biological, chemical including radiological hazard known to be, or can be related with facility or coffee.